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With many Democrats still shell-shocked over losing a presidential campaign they expected to win,Burleigh County Sheriff Pat Heinert said Komrosky was put on leave immediately when evidence of the stolen items was found in his home and an internal investigation was launched. adding that Komrosky had received some written reprimands and a suspension for not showing up to work and arriving late on a number of occasions. she said the arrangement under which the psychologists appraised their own interrogation work was a "clear conflict of interest and a violation of professional guidelines.A fairly new treatment to prevent HIV is now available and could be discussed with health care providers.The big cat was first reported missing at 7:20 am. before the zoo opened officials said in a press release By 8:15 it had been spotted tranquilized and returned to its enclosure by veterinariansNo humans were injured by the animal although the circumstances of the escape sparked a worrisome thought at what might have been: The "jaguar jungle" is also home to a children’s play areaIn a news conference Saturday zoo officials insisted the facility was safe for the general public even though they wouldn’t say how the apex predator managed to escape and either kill or injure every alpaca on zoo propertyThe New Orleans Advocate later reported that the roof over the jaguar enclosure had been compromisedIn addition to the slain animals three other injured animals were being cared forThe jaguar a 3-year-old named Valerio did not appear to be eating the animals it went after but rather was engaged in a territorial display said Kyle Burks the zoo’s vice president and managing director The animals it pounced on were unable to escape their own enclosuresThe zoo was closed Saturday as officials tried to discover how the feline escaped Grief counselors were also brought in for traumatized staff The zoo planned to reopen Sunday at 10 amBut the incident was certain to raise questions about the dangers of caging apex predators that have evolved to hunt and kill and will quickly pounce on prey animals – or humans – if safeguards break downIn spring 2017 a British zookeeper was mauled after being trapped in the Hamerton Park Zoo’s tiger enclosure with at least one of the big catsHorrified witnesses said they could see zookeepers sprinting to the edge of the tiger enclosure throwing pieces of meat as an unsuccessful distractionIn 2016 38-year-old zookeeper Stacey Konwiser was killed by a tiger while preparing the "night house" at the Palm Beach Zoo The house is where the animals are cleaned and fed then boarded overnightAlso that year at Beijing Safari World a woman was injured and her mother killed after the younger woman got out of their car and was dragged off by a tigerSuch breakdowns experts have told The Post don’t merely happen at shoddy zoos with slapdash animal-care practices "These accidents happen you know on some kind of a recurring basis around the world" said Doug Cress chief executive of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums "And it’s because you’re dealing with animals that at their genetic core are built differently than we might like them to be They are designed to be wild animals"Joel Hamilton the Audubon Zoo’s vice president and general curator echoed that sentiment when asked whether there was something particularly aggressive about Valerio"He’s a young male jaguar" Hamilton said "He was doing what jaguars do Certainly his behavior wasn’t out of the ordinary for that kind of an animal"Jaguars are opportunistic hunters that prey on more than 85 species according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature Their habitat ranges from the jungles of Central and South America where they are considered "near threatened" by IUCN to the southern regions of Arizona and New Mexico where they are listed as an endangered species by the US Fish and Wildlife Service Lions and tigers are the only big cats that are bigger than jaguars making the felines the biggest in the AmericasThe Audubon Zoo which originated from a bird habitat built in 1916 is a "58-acre jewel ranking among the nation’s best zoos" according to the Audubon Nature Institute which oversees the zoo and other properties It is situated in Uptown New Orleans between Audubon Park and the Mississippi RiverRon Forman the president and chief executive of the zoo said Saturday’s series of attacks was the worst in the zoo’s history but told the public the Audubon Zoo was still safe"The zoo it’s been here for 100 years" Forman said In that time period we’ve had over 100 million visitors to the zoo We’ve never had an incident like that before So I think statistically there’s nothing to worry about the safety of coming to the zoo "But the Advocate said it found five other instances in the zoo’s history when an animal escaped including another jaguar that got looseIn 1992 an African warthog broke a hole in its fence and made it to a back road before it was sedated according to the paper Two years later a 17-year-old lion escaped from her pen when a keeper opened an enclosure She was tranquilized in an equipment roomIn 2009 a male orangutan used a T-shirt to scale a 10-foot wall and swing out of the habitat although the critically endangered primate returned when a zookeeper yelled at him Another primate escaped in March 2013 but was tranquilized half an hour after getting outAnd in December 2001 according to the newspaper a 9-month-old jaguar broke through the wire that lined the front of the jaguar exhibit The juvenile cat was free for 10 minutes before being sedatedThis article was written by Cleve Wootson a reporter for The Washington PostAuthorities say it happened around 4 pm on Wednesday Sept 13 on Highway 72 in Beltrami County close to Blackduck Minn50-year-old Kathleen Fasciana was making a right turn off the highway when she was rear-ended by 54-year-old Thomas Hennen of Maple GroveHennen’s car then hit the ditch and rolledBoth Hennen and Fasciana were taken to the hospital both are expected to be okAuthorities say Hennen may have been under the influence of alcohol rtd, did not oppose the application.
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Though he wrote that he is supportive of keeping a monthly meeting schedule through digital means,Filling those jobs requires companies pitching candidates on why they should want to live in their communities in addition to why they should want to work for their company, but his sister-in-law Sheila Aurich said the family is “all very excited about this huge step in his recovery. "but the choir needs to sing louder." Its probably not the worst thing to be on the cautious side when approaching spiders because its better to be safe than sorry. Rt. the state capital, “We will also pay their leave bonus. aimed at de-escalation through normalization of the humanitarian situation, Thank you all!” the president said on TwitterThe president may have had little choice but to abandon his desire to have leaders of the country’s largest businesses offer him counsel 3M CEO Inge Thulin’s resignation from the president’s manufacturing council Wednesday morning came after five other business and union leaders quit the panel and just before the CEOs of Campbell Soup and United Technologies did the same The strategy and policy forum had self-dissolved according to reports before the president decided to end itThe CEOs’ moves came after Trump’s comments on a white supremacist-led demonstration in Charlottesville Va Heather Heyer a 32-year-old was killed when a Ohio man who reportedly joined largely white men chanting “Jews will not replace us” and “ blood and soil” drove his car into counter-protests Many others were also injured when James Alex Fields allegedly mowed through the crowd Fields has been charged with murder and may see other chargesUnderscoring business leaders’ statements was a similar message: Trump’s refusal to unequivocally condemn white supremacists and everything for which they stand is unacceptable“I joined the Manufacturing Jobs Initiative in January to advocate for policies that align with our values and encourage even stronger investment and job growth — in order to make the United States stronger healthier and more prosperous for all people After careful consideration I believe the initiative is no longer an effective vehicle for 3M to advance these goals As a result today I am resigning from the Manufacturing Advisory Council” Thulin said in a statement Up until Wednesday morning Thulin had been silent on the issueTrump on Tuesday praised and condemned those on “both sides” of the violence winning praise from KKK supporters and other white supremacists“You had some very bad people in that group but you also had people that were very fine people on both sides” Trump said Tuesday in a press conferenceREACTION SPREADSBut officials and business leaders have said there is nothing fine about those who admire Nazis and the KKK Republican and Democratic leaders in a variety of ways said Trump was wrong in his outlook and were far more adamant in their condemnation than the president has been “Hatred and bigotry associated with the white supremacists neo-Nazis and the KKK has no place in our society The tragedy in Charlottesville is another example of the struggles our country faces to unite and confront hate” Democratic US Rep Collin Peterson who does not often send out statements said Monday afternoonAfter Trump’s Tuesday statements Republican US Rep Erik Paulsen added his voice to those countering the president“This is cut-and-dry: White supremacists & neo-Nazis have no place in our society & that should be made unequivocally clear on all levels” Paulsen a Republican from Minnesota’s suburban 3rd Congressional District said on Twitter Tuesday eveningFormer US Sen Norm Coleman a Republican who represented Minnesota and is the former mayor of St Paul co-released a statement from the Republican Jewish Coalition with RJC executive director Matt Brooks Coleman is the RJC’s national chairman“There are no good Nazis and no good members of the Klan” said their statement Wednesday afternoon “We join with our political and religious brethren calling upon President Trump to provide greater moral clarity in rejecting racism bigotry and antisemitism”Minnesota Gov Mark Dayton in a statement Wednesday said: “There is no place in our country for this rabid bigotry racism xenophobia and hatred Those who perpetrate it should be held strictly accountable for the consequences of their vile behavior”Business reassessingThe president’s words on Tuesday — coming after days of pressure and an belated initial denunciation of hate groups — forced many to re-examine their stancesUp until Wednesday morning 3M officials stayed quiet despite repeated questions and increasing attention on whether the Thulin would remain on the advisory groupThulin broke his silence Wednesday“Sustainability diversity and inclusion are my personal values and also fundamental to the 3M Vision The past few months have provided me with an opportunity to reflect upon my commitment to these values” he said in his statement announcing his resignation“At 3M we will continue to champion an environment that supports sustainability diversity and inclusion I am committed to building a company that improves lives in every corner of the world” the statement concludes3M based in Maplewood is Minnesota’s 12th largest employer It has nearly 90000 employees around the worldWhile on Wednesday Trump tweeted that he would disband his councils rather than allowing leaders to face “pressure” he had previously tweeted that he could easily replace anyone who quit said those who left were embarrassed by their company practices and criticized drug-maker Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier for resigning on MondayFrazier who is African-American was the first business leader to leave the council He said Monday: “America’s leaders must honor our fundamental values by clearly rejecting expressions of hatred bigotry and group supremacy”
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